Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of the United States and Their Territories Between the Mississippi and the Pacific Ocean and Part of Mexico
|Publisher:||Compiled from surveys made under the order of Major W.H. Emory. Engraved at Selmar Siebert's Engraving & Printing Establishment, Washington, D.C. Lettered by F. Courtenay..|
Jekyll, Thomas, C.E., 1857-58, drawn by
|Scale:||1 inch = 100 statue mls.|
|Size:||52 cm x 58 cm|
|Type of Map:||survey|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Map of the United States and Their Territories Between the Mississippi and the Pacific Ocean and Part of Mexico Image:
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[Publisher, cont.] ... Reproduction. Published by L.M. Buttery, Old Maps of the Southwest, Lampasas, Texas Covers the United States west of the Mississippi, and northern Mexico. Shows rivers, creeks, mountains, states, territories, cities, towns, roads, routes and trails, Indian tribes, forts, and camps. It shows the disputed territory along the Mexico-New Mexico border. This is a reproduction. Accompanying narrative text is in the manuscript collection, Old Maps of the Southwest Collection. See map 7100 for the Emory 1847 map. Long 84 deg. - 128 deg. Two sheets, totalling 52 cm x 58 cm. Published in Emory's Maps of 1847 & 1850, Old Maps of the Southwest, Issue No. 6, part 1, Fall 1985. Published by L.M. Buttery, Lampasas, Texas. 9/15/88
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